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T-Reign Retractable "6" Fishing Pliers"

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T-Reign Retractable 6 Fishing Pliers

Make & Model

Brand:
T reign
Model:
6" Fishing Pliers
MSRP ($):
49.95
The T-Reign Retractable "6" Fishing Pliers" with Carabiner give fishermen the perfect way to keep their fishing pliers accessible, out of the way, and secured. The T-Reign Retractable 6" Fishing Pliers with Carabiner allow you to worry more about landing your trophy fish rather than holding on tight to your pliers. The T-Reign Retractable 6" Fishing Pliers with Carabiner connects securely and easily to "D" rings, belt loops, straps, etc. The Pliers are an aluminum frame paired with corrosion resistant stainless steel jaws and replaceable tungsten carbide cutters.
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T-Reign 6" Pliers

The T-Reign pliers are a great, tough, and durable pair of pliers. The tether that comes with the pliers is an awesome addition to the already great pliers. They have stainless steel jaws that are very corrosion resistant. The cutters are are tungsten and are also replaceable. I have had these for about 8 months and they are still looking good as new. The 50 buck price tag is a bit hard to swallow, but if you are like me and constantly losing regular pliers, the price tag is not so hard to stand. If you can get past the price tag, I am sure you will find the pliers are a great addition to the kayakers tool bag.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Tether to keep it attached to you or your kayak, durability, looks
Cons:
None so far
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